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ColorCombine   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ColorCombine[{image_1, image_2, ...}] creates a multichannel image by combining the sequence of channels in the image_i. TooltipBox["8+"]ColorCombine[{image_1, image_2, ...}, ...
AlphaChannel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
AlphaChannel[image] returns the alpha channel of image.
RemoveAlphaChannel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
RemoveAlphaChannel[image] removes all opacity information from image. RemoveAlphaChannel[image, c] removes opacity by blending all pixels with the background color c.
ImageColorSpace   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImageColorSpace[image] gives the name of the color space of image.
SetAlphaChannel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SetAlphaChannel[image] adds a fully opaque alpha channel to image. SetAlphaChannel[image, a] sets the opacity of all pixels to a. SetAlphaChannel[image, aimage] sets the ...
Create an Image Object   (Mathematica How To)
Images are an important standard data structure, tightly integrated with the Mathematica front end and kernel. Image objects are created by default when you import any file ...
ColorSeparate   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
TooltipBox[" "]ColorSeparate[image] gives a list of single-channel images corresponding to each of the color channels in image. 8+ColorSeparate[image, colorspace] gives a ...
Color Processing   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides convenient functions and algorithms for manipulating colors in images, with full generality for arbitrary numbers of color channels.
Image Representation   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica's symbolic architecture allows a unique representation and treatment of images in both programs and documents. Mathematica supports images with arbitrary numbers ...
WatershedComponents   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
WatershedComponents[image] computes the watershed transform of image, returning the result as a matrix in which positive integers label the catchment basins. ...
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